Like a Train Passing 1, 1978, 3 min

Kohei ANDO

Space. Inspired by photographs of Winston Link (Night Trick), this film consists of images of trains passing by a house. Trains are viewed from the interior of the house in a plurality of viewing angles. The film shows all possible eyes on the passing train and becomes a metaphor for cinema: all openings in the home become screens. -Tony Rayns.


Directed by Kohei ANDO


Showing:

Friday, March 30 5:00pm

SPACE / TIME: Japanese Avant-Garde Films of the 1970s & 1980s

Co-curator Tomonari Nishikawa presents rare, influential 16mm films including work by Toshio Matsumoto, Takeshi Ito, Mako Idemitsu, Kohei Ando, and others.

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)